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Bath City has evolved in recent years into "The Clem," the entertainment hub of Macomb County. With boating opportunities galore, historic architecture, and an art park under development downtown, Mt. Clemens is poised to epitomize a Michigan "Cool City."
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Mt. Clemens Features
Metro Detroit: Under the radar
Thursday, October 02, 2014
Feeling a bit like you're doing the same old, same old in metro Detroit? Looking for something a tad less obvious to do or see?
Nicole Rupersburg gives you the down low on places, events and venues that are off the beaten path, under the radar, or just plain under-appreciated.
Will Metro Detroit's Tech Community Ever Be Color Blind?
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Metro Detroit has a long history of cultural silos and regional segregation. So how does its tech and entrepreneurial community create opportunites for greater racial and cultural diversity? There's no easy answer but places like Silicon Valley are implementing aggressive and sustained efforts to bridge a divide local business leaders barely acknowledge.
From Bath City to Tech City: Mt. Clemens
Thursday, September 12, 2013
When an old firehouse becomes the new home of eyeWyre Software Studios, you know things are evolving. That's the story of downtown Mt. Clemens, which is increasingly becoming a cool, affordable waterfront downtown for high-tech firms.
Guest Blogger: Tom Woiwode
Thursday, August 08, 2013
Metro Detroit is inching ever closer to being criss-crossed not just by roads, but a network of trails, or greenways. The Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan has made over 150 grants to this end. Greenways Initiative Director Tom Woiwode maps out the where and why of this greenway network.
Back to the Future of Food Trucks
Thursday, June 06, 2013
In the last two years, Metro Detroit has been playing catch up to the nation's mobile food vending scene. Now food carts and trucks are hitting the road, even serving as trial runs for brick and mortar restaurants. Nicole Rupersburg,
food cartologist, dishes with a few of these mobile chefs.
Macomb County Habitat for Humanity
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Dowtown Mount Clemens church hopes to serve community with new coffee business
Salon & Spa at Macomb Place comes to downtown Mt. Clemens
Dark Room Photography shooting from new Mt. Clemens studio
Veterans' housing foundation opens HQ in downtown Mount Clemens
The Clem joins other Metro Detroit cities for summer festival season
$1 million in redevelopment grants coming to Macomb County
Macomb Children's Hands-On Museum moves forward
Downtown Mount Clemens hair salon cuts its way into larger spot
Hunch Free digital marketing firm expands in downtown Mount Clemens
Pay by Phone meters come to downtown Mount Clemens
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Innovation & Job News
Mt. Clemens-based eyeWyre Software Studios adds staff
StatClash creates 8 new jobs in downtown Mt. Clemens
Downtown Mt. Clemens welcomes software firm eyeWyre
Hunch Free hires 7 in Mt. Clemens on double-digit growth
GroupGolfer becomes golf's Groupon in downtown Mt. Clemens
Level One Bank opens up $100M for local small biz loans
TGM Skateboards moves to larger HQ, doubles staff
XFX Studio brings mobile, web work to downtown Mt. Clemens
Macomb Community College lands $428K grant to grow defense industry
Healthcare providers team up on blood clot prevention
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In the News
Metro Detroit home prices climb 20% in June
Source: M Live
Metro Detroit ranks 14th nationally in percentage job growth
Post-industrial? Detroit needs a new word
Source: Atlantic Cities
Atlantic Cities maps Metro Detroit's creative class
Source: Atlantic Cities
Mt Clemens' shop cited for space sharing strategies
Metro Detroit joins the walking dead
Source: Detroit Free Press
Bikes racks turned into city art
Source: USA Today
Metro Times releases annual 'Best of Detroit'
Source: Metro Times
Metrotimes publishes area-wide food guide
Crain's names its annual 40 under 40
Source: Crain's Detroit Business
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